There’s a Google Doodle game for practically everything, from garden gnomes and ‘Doctor Who’ to magic cats and boba.
Ruth Asawa, the subject of May 1's Google Doodle, overcame adversity and changed the art world with her wire sculpture techniques.
Hedwig Kohn, who would have celebrated her 132nd birthday on April 5, was a pioneering physicist who became one of the first women certified to teach physics at a German university.
As a 17-year-old boy in South Africa, Hugh Masekela received a trumpet that had been donated by a jazz musician in America. That musician was Louis Armstrong.
The Doodle lets you create your own Bach-inspired harmonies—with a little help from a machine learning model that was fed 306 Bach harmonies.
Seiichi Miyake invented tactile paving for his visually impaired friend in 1965. Today, the raised bumps are ubiquitous in cities around the world.
Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge, the subject of a a new Google doodle, is the German chemist who identified caffeine.
William Penn Adair Rogers ranks among the finest performers, comedians, and social commentators in American history.